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Student of the Month for December

Our EHS Student of the Month winners are: Natalie Harbaum (9th Grade), Jacob Wood (10th Grade), Madeleine Ames (11th Grade) & Alan Hingsbergen (12th Grade). This award is given to the student, in each grade, who is academically successful, helps others, involved in activities or sports in/ outside of school, has an excellent work ethic, and demonstrates many of our Cougar Character Traits: Kind, Accepting, Honest, Determined, and Brave. Congratulations to each of these students!
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EHS Choirs to Perform at the Ohio Statehouse

The Edgewood Concert Choir and the Introduction Choir have been invited by Ohio State Representative Candice Keller to perform at the Ohio Statehouse, in Columbus, The performance will take place on Thursday, December 13 from Noon- 1:00 p.m.. Edgewood is only one of ten school districts participating this year’s holiday performance schedule. This is the first time Edgewood has been given the opportunity to perform at the statehouse. Libby Wolf, Edgewood High School Vocal Music Teacher said, “This is very exciting for us! Our choral program is growing and this opportunity will give our students the chance to shine outside of their seasonal concerts”.
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Blue Christmas

Please join the Edgewood High School Boys Basketball Team and Cheerleaders help needy children in our community! Bring in a NEW unwrapped toy to any Edgewood High School basketball game now through December 22. Place the gift under the Christmas tree, located in the lobby, by the gym or you can drop off your toy at the Athletic Office at the high school. Toys should be appropriate for Toddlers through 6th Grade. All gifts must be received no later than December 22. For details call 867-3400 Ext. 1017 or email: john.thomas@edgewoodschools.net.
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Band Concert Scheduled Thursday, December 6

Please join us on Thursday evening, December 6, at 7 pm for our fall band concert. Edgewood student-musicians from grades 6th-12th will perform at the district's auditorium. The band will only have one scheduled performance for this concert.
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National Honor Society Inductees

35 juniors and seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society earlier this month. These students were selected by the Edgewood Faculty Council for their excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The average amount of hours served since freshman year is 40 hours per inductee. Each student selected an Influential Educator who joined them at the ceremony to celebrate their induction. Congratulations to the newest members of our NHS:
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Dinner is Served!

Our Board of Education enjoyed a beautiful and delicious dinner prepared and served by students from Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. Beiser's classes prior to Monday, November 26th Board Meeting. The students who participated included: Kaylee Pearson, Rylie Abrams, Samantha Roy, Abby Schmit, Hunter Bontrager, and Libby Smith. Here's more details about the meal:
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Reverse Inclusion Science Fair

Students from several science classes recently finished studying biomes, (e.g. forests, grasslands, tropical rain forests, oceans, etc). The teachers decided to continue the learning experience by holding a science fair. It turned into a great opportunity for students to share what they had been working on, ask questions to one another as well as present their projects. A big shout out to Mrs. Dainton, Mrs. Craft, Mrs. Brown & Mrs. Volle for coordinating this "reverse inclusion" time for our students.
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Food Drive for the EMA Food Pantry Exceeded Expectations!

Our Seven Mile and EES students and staff collected nearly 3000 canned good items for the Edgewood Ministerial Food Pantry. The Virtual Academy at EHS, under the direction of John Cecere, Jamie Harrison, and Brad Specht picked up all of the donations from the two buildings and delivered them to the Food Pantry housed at Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church in Trenton. Ms. Pam Hurley, Director of the EMA Food Pantry, was so grateful for the incredible gifts of food from our students and staff members. The food will provide many families in our community with meals for the upcoming holidays and Ms. Hurley anticipates this incredible large donation will help keep the food pantry in supply into the spring. Thank you Cougars for your generosity!
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